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On all subjects for two days in succession, it is time to
fix things up with the undertaker. Not so on
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Ptk triSKLY BKPOBLIOAX-M7,
f9JBL- ZUSLY rUBLXO LXDOEB-tnt.
'When we boost wo use a whlper or a
vory gentlo tone,
Hut when we knock we dIwsjb want a
The poor will do mnch for money, the
will do anything for more money.
Twenty-four men lost their lives through
the explosion of firo damp In a coal mlno la
AUU, France. fi
The forecast of further advances In the
price of crude petroleum Is contained In a re
view of field condition?.
Officials of tho Consolidation Coal Company
announce ehlpmocts over the new extension of
the L. & N. with terminus at McRoberts began
T. L. Ewan & Co., sold for GeorRO Parry
11C acres of tne Tarry farm near North Forth
Bridge, on Lexington plko, to Frank Elte).
Sunday President-elect Wilson attended the
oldest Presbyterian Church In Hamilton,
Bermuda, and also attended tho session of
Mrp. Lowry Orr, who recently underwent a
surgical operation at Wilson Hospital, U cow
at the home of her sitter, Mrs. Preston Wells
of West Second street.
The active movement in the steel trade h
said to be world wldo.nnd fklahed product
command higher prices in the InternHtional
than lo the homo market.
The residence of Graat White nenr Hartoo
vllle, was dostroyed by fire, together wiiu
some of the household ilTtCs. Tbo loss was
about $2,000; Icsurance $600.
According to the opinion of a Louisville
expert, who his inspected cropi in all dis
tricts, liuht weight and Rood quality Insure
high prices for Kentucky tobicco.
The Government will build eight new steel
stcambca'.s of various types for uie on the
The Keystone State U doiop a blc busiefs in
tlo St. Loais and Illinois rlvor trade. She bas
not been able to move the freight offered her.
ThTQaeen-Qity will have new chimneys with
fancy tops like )be hiAfJZn she first came
out. All pipes on the roof with the exception
of the chimneys are being painted snow white
by John Robinson and force.
ENDORSED AT HOME
SUCH PROOFS AS THIS SHOULD CONVINCE ANY
The public endorsement of a local citizen is
the best proof that can be produced. None
better, nono stronger cm be bad. When a
. matr'coma forward and testifies to bis fellow-
Mttrana uliVrtmnn frland nnrl nalchhors.
-you may be sure he is thoroughly convinced or
The would not do so. Telliinjj one's exporlenco
yien It is for the public good Is an act of
fndness that should be appreciated. The fol-
ffing statement given by a roiident of Mays-
lie adds one more to tbo rmny caei of Home
dorsements which are being published about
V Kidney Pills. Reed it.
'. John E. Bu(ns, Maysvilln. Ky., says:
testimonial I g&vti In 1903, when I
recommended Uoan'd Kidney Pills still
"d. I know that this remedy Is jost as
d as It has been mod by one of my
with satisfactory results. This
obtained at Wood & Son's Drug
17 alt dealers, trice ou oeat.
In Co., Boffolo, New York, sole
be namo Doan'g-and tales no
A select lino ol Perfume, Toilet
stt & Ramsdoll's,
DO YOUR CHRISTMAS
An L. &. N. train ran into a bnnch of cattle
near Myers Station Saturday, killing fourteen.
Railroads Compelftil to Keep Look
outs Says Court of Ap
peals C. &. O. Railway Company vs. Warnock's
Admr. Duclded October 18tb, 1912. Ap
peal from Greennp Circuit Court. Opinion of
the court by Judge Mllhr, reversing.
First Rallroadi-Trespssser on Track
Rule as to Duty Owed by Railroad. A rail
road company ordinarily owes no duty to a
trespasser until bis peril is discovered, and is
not liable for any injury to him, unlesp, after
his peril is discovered, the injury cool I have
been avoided with proper caro. This rule has
been appliod la all cases whero the injury oc
curred la the country, but in citios and towns
where the population is dense and tbo danger
to life Is great, a different rule is applied, and
in such localities tbo sp3ud of tho train should
ba moderated, notico of Its approach given, a
lookout maintained, and such precaution taken
as tho circumstances demand for the proper
security of human life.
Second Railroads Exercise of Care by
Travelers Qitstlon for Jury Whether a
traveler exercises tuch caro as may be or
dinary expected of the common run of per
eons, is a qiostion depending on a number of
circumstance, to oach of which difTeront men
may give d fferent we'ght, and is a matter
peculiarly for the jory.
Third Railroads Lookout Rule R quiring
Servants to Keep. In order for a plaintiff to
bring his case within the rule that requiros tie
icrvants of a railroad company to keep a look
out, and give tiocely signals and warnings of
the approach of its trains, it is incumbent up
on tuo iijjreil person to snow thai tbo place
of tbo ace'dentwas a place where the presence
of persons on tie track was to be expected,
and that fact may be shown by the extont of
the uee miie by the public of tho crossing at
th j scene of tho accident.
Kturtl Ihilroada jignal and Warnings
of Approach of Trains Unincorporated
Xw ns. It is the duty of a railroad to give
timely signals and warnings regardless of the
fact that thecro sing li in an unincorporated
town, if the crorsing Is a public one, where the
presence of perse ns on the track msy bo ex
pected or anticipated.
Fifth Railroads Signals and Warnings
Knowledge of Approach of Train. Tho object
of signals of approach of the train If to notify
persons of its coming, and if a person.ln fact,
knows of the approach of a train, he cannot
complain that signals of its approach were not
given as required I y law.
Worthicgton, Ccchrsn & Browning for ap
pellant; S. S. Willis for appellee.
He Knew He Had Fed Cattle.
Tho old trinteo turned to tho visitor
rind nsked, "Well, what do you thluk
of our new consollduted school V
"Bcautlfull Cost a lot of money,
"Yep, im It costs like smoko to run
It with teachers for nil the different
grades. But nil of ua nro for It now."
"Weie you ngnlust consolidation?"
"Yep, I wns ngaltist It strong. You
see, 1 got tuo three It's In n single
room schoolhouso." He paused, looked
at the splcnOId brick building nnd con
tinned: "I oughter known better too
Anybody that had fed cattle for thirty
years oughter know n. consolidated
school wns belter than n one room
"Why should you have known? Cat
tie nnd chlldret. are not tho same."
"Look here just stop an' think for
a mluute, will you? I've known for
thirty years that you can't put weanlln'
calves, two jear nn' four year ol
cnlves, two year an' four year ol' steers
U the same feed lot an' get fust class
results. In our ol' time one room
school we hnd 'era nil sizes an' ages
In tho same lot an' feedlu' out of the
samo trough. It won't woik any bet
tor with chlldreu than It does with
A school tax Is Blmply n long time In
vestment In brains; thereforo tho eter
nal question should not bo "HOW
SMALL A TAX CAN WE GET
along wrrn?" but "now much
CAN WE INVEST TO ADVAN
TAGE?" It Is a busluess proposition
pure nnd simple.
Waters, Creams, etc, including
Violet Dulce, Piver's,
Roger & Gallet's, Reiger's,
MAYSVILLE. O.. TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 26. 1912
THE PRINCESS AND MERCHANT
HI8 NEW CANE
VULTURES AND DOVES
ADMISSION 5 GENTS.
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In Democratic Strength
Shown in Kentucky's
Donkey Parly Falls 20,000 Be
hind the Ballot For Bryan
FitAXKFOUT, Ky., From majority of
31,000, given to Governor ilcCreary lo 1911
to a majority of 1 300 for resident-elect
Wilson this yoar la the drop that fiivoi the
Democrats but little comfort In the recent
The Democrats fell 20,000 votes behind the
Bryan vote and tho K"publlcans nearly 18.000
behind the Taft vote in 1008. There was a
falling oil of noirly 40,000 vote In this state.
The total voto follower
The most Interesting race was for Jndgo In
tbeSevdoth Appellato District. Juice ( C.
Turner, Democrat, won over Julgo A. J. K'rk,
UepuDlican, by iht btro plurality of 1,243.
He won because a large K-puLllcm vote went
to John D. White, Progressive.
Th) vote follow?:
Tarrer, Democrat, 27,930.
Kirk, Repub lean, 2G.CS7.
White, Progressive, 14,097.
The totals received In the Congressional
A. W. DaiLloy, Democratic, 22 591.
Charles Ferguson, Republican, 10.GC1.
J. O. Ford, Socialist, 1,787.
A. O. Stanley, Democrat, 19.730.
Cao. Hawkins, Republican, 1,-102.
L. R. Fox, Progressive, 5,900.
F. J. Penticost, 1.
F. P. Franks, 3.
Pat UcGill, 1.
R. V. Thomas, Democrat, 18,220.,
T. B. Dixon, Rejublicsr, 11.181.
R. J. Davenport, Socialist, 1,172.
D. J. Duncan, Progressiva, 7,450.
John Rhei, 1.
P. W. ilaywood, 1.
J. W. Wheoler. 1.
B F. Jobnsoo, Democrat. 27,168.
J. C, Thompson, Republican, G.713.
F. A. Langdon, Socialist, 8G2
K. R. Baseett, Progressive, 11,097.
Swngar Sherley, Democrat, 24,795.
H J. Ashcraft, Republican, 3,825.
Charles Dobbs, Socialist 1,493.
J. P, Arnold, Socialist-Labor, 505.
Henry I. For, Progrosslve, 23,115.
A. B. Rocse, Democrat, 20,090.
D. B. Wallace, Republican, 7,255.
M A. Br!nkman,2489.
J. F. Blackburn, Progressive, 3,701.
J. C. Canlrill, Democrat, 24,617.
J. B. Jones, Progressive, 5,841.
John R. Allen, 1.
F. A. Bullock, 1.
Harvey Helm, Democrat, 18,690.
J. W. Dlnsmore, Progressive, 7,631.
W. R. Garberry, 1.
W. A. Coffee, 1.
Dr. F. 0. Nell, I.
W. J. Field?, Democrat, 21,415.
Harry Bailey, Republican, 16,008.
J. A. Williams, Socialist, 1,148.
E. S. Hitchem, Progressive, 8,903.
John Laogley, Republican, 12,200.
W. T. Stafford, Progressive, 5,280.
Caleb Powers, Republican, 18,531.
Ban T. Smith, Domocrat, 11,769.
B. H.Siavy, Progressive, 9,041. .-.
'U.O.Jiokson. Socialist, 577.
As n result of the drouth !n the '"rritory
dralred, Salt R'ver Is so low that tb supply ot
water for Uarrodsburg has boen ro'duced al
most lulf.and a serious famine Is threatened.
Indicatos That City Is Most Health
ful in tho World
Chicago, Novembor 24th. Figures col
lected by the Chkago Health Department
averaging the doath rates for ton years of all
tbo great cult?, show Chicago to bo tho most
healthful In tbo worll. London Is the se:ond
city In point of health.
Notico to Postal Savings De
positors 1. By applying on or bjforo December 2d,
1912, deposltora of the Poital Savings System
may change tbo whols or part of their de
posits for Uol'ol S'atea reglsterel or coupon
bonds In denominations of $20, $100,and $500,
bearing 'nturest from January 1st, 1913, at
the rato ol 21 per can', per annum, payablo
semi annually, and redeemable at the ploasure
of tho United States aftor one year from the
date of Issue, both prlno'ptl and interest
payable 20 years from date In United States
2. Postal savings binds aro exempt from
all taxes or duties of tbe United States, as
well as from taxation In any form by or under
State, municipal, or local authority.
For additional informatinn In regard lo
these bonds, call at Postal Savings winlow at
the local postofTice.
O.ARFNn: VvriiHWii, P. H.
Painting and Grapefruit.
"You any that feachur wnuts you
to get some paint nu' n paint brush,
Bobby?" exclaimed a farmer.
"Yes sir, to paint pictures with,"
answered his elsht-year old hopeful.
"Do j on Know when 1 went to
school 1 had lots of old blue back spell
eis an' hlckoiy He an' no frills or fur
belows I reckon I'll Imvo to get 'em
for you, but It looks llko a plumb
w.iste of time, this palntln' of pic
tures." His kooiI wlfo smiled behind her
Klubted and kept on bewliii;. Some
time later, when Bobby was fast
asleep, she adroitly uslted the man en
veloped In the blue haze of White
Umley, "Bob, what did joti pet when
you were In tow this afternoon?"
"Why. I pot those repairs for the
bhtedder th"' had come by exptes. an'
l saw some nice grapefruit nn' orange
an' brought a few along. Why?'
"What wiih the use of brlngln' them
home? You knew we had plenty of
bntdu, potatoes, beans an' coffee in the
pantiy, didn't joti?"
Gradually the man struggled out of
the smoke long enough to exclaim
"One re.ison I got 'em was to please
you. Clieat Scott, don't .ou ever get
worked out, tiled to death of fat meat
an coffee, woman?"
"Of course I do. nn' I like grapefruit
an' all kinds of odds an' ends to give
me nu appetite for the plain, substan
tial things. But," and n pleasant, mis
chlcvous smile sproad over her soft,
motherly face, "you an' I wero raised
ou fat meat, coffee an' lots of hickory
He, weien't we, Boh?"
For a moment the man's face woie a
puzzled look. Suddenly his face clear
ed, and he lnughed heartily nudsnld:"l
r6ckou I was kinder hard on Bobby
just now. You nro right things are
different now, an' they'ro a lot better
than they used to be. I see what you
arc drlvln' nt, mother. Yes, the teach
er wants to use the palntln llko a kind
er relish or side dish to keep up their
appetite for the rest of the everyday
Tho natural resources of any country
nro limited. Tho only resource that Is
without a limit is human brains.
Lady In Goodwater Describes Her
Distressing Experience ind
Teiis How She Was
Goodwater, Mo. ''Ever since I was
a little girl," says Mrs. Riley Laramore,
"I was a great sufferer front dyspepsia.
I suffered misery after eating, and had
1 thought 1 had to suffer this way as
long as I lived, but when 1 began to take
Thedford's Black-Draught, in small
'doses, every night, (lie heartburn was all
gone in a few days, and I could eat
I took two small packages in all, and
although that was some time? ago, the
dyspepsia has not returned.
I speak a good word (or Thedford's
Black-Draught whenever I have the op
portunity." If eating causes distress, we urge you
to try Thedford's Black-Draught. It
cleanses the system, helps the stomach to
digest its food, regulates the bowels, and
stimulates the liver.
It acts gently and is without bad after
effects. Try It. Prici25c '
) ONE COPY ONE CENT.
"John Sterling, Alderman".
Featuring Kin; lUgxot. A magnifi
cent two rest dramatic f future,' nn
up-tD the-mlmito polliltnl drama,
AND ONE OTHER QOOD PICTURE.
A program ot tbe highest qunlUy
ud ot the best variety.
Where nrs you going, my pretty ranld?
To The Pmtlme, klnil sir, iht laid.
Second-Hand Material of
the Hall House
Soi by tbe Home Tobacco Company.
COUGHUN & CO.
Suite I, Flret .NUounl Itnuk IIuMiISmb,
Lcaal and Lolk ' Office No. 5M.
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H S. ELLIS, AKet.
Chesapeake & Ohio
Schidulo (Ifretive Ntir.
TrtAIMS LKAYE yiYSVlLLi:
1:4(1 p. m ,8.14 . n.,
8;M)a m., dull j, local
:t0a. ., :30 p.m.,
TT. WMCOVF, Aunt.
0:35 '. m., 8.31 a. m ,
3:13 p. m.,dlly.
S:W. m., 9:31 a. ra
Dr. P. G. SMOOT
o.to i.w w. 4 to o;p. mi.
Wj AfpuluUunit OiHj-.J
HIS TURA TURNF.U:i3 anociated la ttw
oOlee with Dr. Smoot.
Mill Turner li a graduate nurie and has aad
stTeral jcr hoiplial eiperlonoo Id ttm uiu ot '
IUT1I3, MASSAGE and .
tOH THE TREATMENT OF
And li fully prcparad (or the work. An; ov do
sltlsR her tcrrlcci will find titr at Dr Smoot'
ofllco, where the can bo coiuulled Imtwaeu the
hour of 8 and i a. m and 1 lo 4 p. m. Suudaji
Till: T.KOOKR leads In
all, and li the favorite papar
of tho people.
I I ll lliw M I I
Tomorrow, Saturday, We Inaugurate a
Four-Day "Make Room Sale!"
That should break all selling records. Our Mr. A. Cohen, the head of ou
buying staff, has spent the past few weeks East and, with the aid of other buyers, ha
made some remarkable purchases of Holiday Goods. These goods are now on the
way and we must make room for our new Holiday Footwear. The winter season
scarcely started, wo nre forced to throw our present stock on the market
AT CLEARANCE-SALE PRICES
Necessity demands quick action; Don't wait. Be here today. It's the early
buyers that get the first choice. Extra sales people will insure prompt attention.
Ladies' Higlvdradc Sboca iu nil leathers
in the regular and extra hi-cut. This
season's latest styles. $3. CO values. .
Ladies' Fine Shoes iu all leathers and
fabrics. Made for the very best dress
era. 21$ values
Youth's and Little Gents' Shoei.
$1,60 values , . :
One lot of Mpn's Fine and Heavy
I DAN COHEN
Others acrec that it Is the
why more of it Is sold than
M. C. RUSSELL CO.
KEYSTONE CONSTRUCTION CO.
Now Louttod at tbe
Southwest Corner of Bank and Second Streets,
It now ready for business, witfi
engiuccrs, etc., with competent
and will contract to build from
While prices are down and the supply
is full. DON'T WAIT UNTIL COLD
WEATHER. Strikes at the mines
will make the supply short afod high
prices will result. WE HAJE 100,
OOO bushels in our yards. BTJY NOW.
Kanawha and Pomeroy Coals
Chestnut Coke for Furnaces
G. W. McVaniel ?i Co.
PLVM STREET nnd POPL4R STREET.
THE BEST .WHISKIES, APPLE BRANDY,
PEACH BRANDY,- GIN AND WINES l&THE
WORLD AT PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES,
Satisfaction guaranteed or money refunded. We'
handle rectified, blended or compounded goods of any
whatever. If quality counts, if purity is an objoct, if mou
saving means anything to you, we should have your tomv
MAIL ORDERS PROMPTLY FELLED.
0. B. P. THOMAS & CO. "K2k
Men's Custom-Made 8hoes. This sea
son's very latest models, in tan, gun
metnl or patent, ou the new English
Inrt or the tnoro conservative styles.
$1 values . ,
Men's Fine Shoes in all
styles. This season's
styles. $il,50 values . .
Ooys' Fino Bhocs
Wo will save you
best: none Its eaual. That's Z
any other flour coming to t $
n corps of eflicient arohiUxSda,
workmenship. beat ot rnaterinls,
the very smallest to tho rrreatost
S. B. CHUNN, Manager,
Modern Plumbing, Steam
and Hot Water Heating !
High quality of Gas 'York a Specialty.
Handle-Only the Beat ol material. Dealer
in Brass Valves and Fittings, Gas titoveg
and Ranges, All Sizei of Sewor Pipo.
$2.50 values, .
Rubbers and F;
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